Originally posted on CEIR Blog:
by David Brull Event marketing will never go away. In fact, it’s gaining importance to exhibitors, even with so many other distractions out there. According to The State of Customer Marketing 2017, a…
By Mary Tucker, IAEE Sr. PR/Communications Manager Mindy Abel, CMP, CTA, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Development of Visit Anaheim has been described as a positive and energetic leader, whose hard work is reflected in […]
Originally posted by a2z Exhibitors and attendees at IAEE Expo! Expo! 2016 were primed to take action leading up to and during the annual events industry’s prime gathering. Building on the success of recent years, […]
Originally posted by 4imprint Whether used for branding, lead generation, gifts or fundraising, promotional products get the job done. The vast majority (87 percent) of recipients remember the business their promotional item came from. And, […]
Pictured above (L-R) Dennis Smith – President & CEO, Carina Whitaker – Operations Director, Kari Martin Bush – Marketing and Conference Manager, Carrie Kittrell – Sales Manager, Brian Hays – IT Director along with (not pictured)…
Originally published by Lindsey Pollak 13 January 2017
Nope, this post isn’t about my “word of the year.” (If you haven’t read about the word I chose for 2017, get the scoop here!) Instead, it’s about another word I believe everyone should employ to be more productive – and quite likely more sane. That’s the word “no.”
Troy Love, CTA, CMP, CEM has 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry, including nine years at the helm of a casino organization. He holds a B.S. in Social Science and an M.S. in Tourism Management. He currently works as the Senior Sales Manager for Visit San Antonio.
IAEE recently spoke with Troy about how he entered into the exhibitions and events industry, as well as his involvement with the CEM Learning Program.